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|This unique collaboration between a classicist and physicist at the University of Illinois at Chicago is the first work to combine the evidence from both China and Rome for the spectacular daylight comet of 44 BC, perhaps the most famous ...|
|... published a commentary on Cicero's PhilippicsI & II (Cambridge University |
Press). He also has an interest in ancient astronomy, being co-author with the
physicist A. Lewis Licht of The Comet of 44 BC and Caesar's Funeral Games (
|(2001) “Did Mark Antony Contemplate an Alliance with His Political Enemies in |
July 44 BCE?,” CPh 96: 253–68. Ramsey, J. and Licht, A. (1997) The Comet of
44 B.C. and Caesar's Funeral Games. Atlanta. Raubitschek, A. (1946) “Octavia's
|... Comet of 44 B.C. and Caesar's Funeral Games. Atlanta, GA. Rapp, Claudia |
2005. Holy Bishops in Late Antiquity. Berkeley. Rasmussen, Susanne W. 2003.
Public Portents in Republican Rome. Rome. Rawson, Elizabeth 1974. “Religion
Marcus Tullius Cicero, John T. Ramsey - 2003 - Preview
|Edition for students of these two masterpieces of Latin literature discussing literary and historical issues.|
|That comet, however, was Shakespeare's invention. The comet that did appear in |
44 B.C. was seen in July during Caesar's funeral games, four months after his
assassination. In our book "The Comet of 44 B.C. and Caesar's Funeral Games,"